Data from: Neopterygian phylogeny: the merger assay

Adriana López-Arbarello & Emilia Sferco
The phylogenetic relationships of the recently described genus †Ticinolepis from the Middle Triassic of Monte San Giorgio are explored through cladistic analyses of the so far largest morphological data set for fossil actinopterygians, including representatives of the crown neopterygian clades Halecomorphi, Ginglymodi, and Teleostei, and merging the lists of characters from previously published systematic studies together with newly proposed characters. †Ticinolepis is retrieved as the most basal Ginglymodi and our results support the monophyly of...

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  • 2018

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  • National University of Córdoba